Friday, January 25, 2008


Main Entry:
dis·ap·point Listen to the pronunciation of disappoint
Middle English disapointen to dispossess, from Middle French desapointer, from des- dis- + appointer to arrange — more at appoint
15th century

transitive verb : to fail to meet the expectation or hope of : frustrate intransitive verb : to cause disappointment.

Things that disapoint. The weather peoples had suggested there would be ice this morning. Ice would suggest that most business (such as school) would be closed today as Dallas would be paralized (as usual) by the ice. It's 7:24 AM and there is no ice, meaning there is no paralisis, meaning SCHOOL IS STILL HAPPENING! Guess who is disapointed about the lack of ice? It's certainly not me (I have my own reasons for being disapointed), the only time I'm disapointed by a lack of ice involves a beverage and a hot day.

Well I have to get ready for work also, enjoy your no ice day!

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